Author(s): Digre KB, Brennan KC, Digre KB, Brennan KC
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Abstract Photophobia is a common yet debilitating symptom seen in many ophthalmic and neurologic disorders. Despite its prevalence, it is poorly understood and difficult to treat. However, the past few years have seen significant advances in our understanding of this symptom. We review the clinical characteristics and disorders associated with photophobia, discuss the anatomy and physiology of this phenomenon, and conclude with a practical approach to diagnosis and treatment.
This article was published in J Neuroophthalmol
and referenced in Optometry: Open Access